• America250: Marine Corps Veteran Richard A. Anderson

    This week’s America250 salute is Marine Corps Veteran Richard A. Anderson, who posthumously received a Medal of Honor for shielding his patrol from an enemy grenade.

  • #VeteranOfTheDay National Guard Veteran Eric Ulysses Ramirez

    Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is National Guard Veteran Eric Ulysses Ramirez, who was killed in action while on patrol during the Iraq War. His sacrifice is honored by Carry the Load’s Memorial May events.

  • #VeteranOfTheDay Army Veteran Charles Robert Rubado

    Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Charles Robert Rubado, who served as a tank commander during the Iraq War.

  • #VeteranOfTheDay Army Veteran Rachel Bosveld

    During Women’s History Month, today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Rachel Bosveld, who was killed in action in Iraq in 2003.

  • #VeteranOfTheDay Army Veteran Cari Gasiewicz

    During Women’s History Month, today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Cari Gasiewicz, a linguist killed in action during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

  • #VeteranOfTheDay Army Veteran Rob McSorley

    Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Rob McSorley, a Ranger who was killed in action during the Vietnam War.

  • #VeteranOfTheDay Marine Corps Veteran Max Galeai

    Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Marine Corps Veteran Max Galeai, who was killed in action serving during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

  • #VeteranOfTheDay Navy Veteran Isaac C. Kidd

    Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Navy Veteran Isaac C. Kidd, the commander of USS Arizona killed Dec. 7, 1941, during the attack on Pearl Harbor.

  • Pearl Harbor attack sailors killed, interred at national cemetery

    Of the 2,341 service members killed at Pearl Harbor Dec. 7, 1941, nine who died are buried at Fort Snelling National Cemetery in Minnesota.

  • #VeteranOfTheDay Army Veteran Lunsford B. Brown II

    Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Lunsford B. Brown II, who served as an electronic intelligence interceptor and analyst in Iraq.

  • Remains of North Texas sailor killed at Pearl Harbor laid to rest 80 years later

    Harold William Lindsey joined the Navy from Waxahachie, a small town just south of Dallas, Texas. Originally from California, fate would place him on the USS Oklahoma on December 7, 1941, when the Japanese Empire attacked Pearl Harbor. Navy Seaman 2nd Class Lindsey was one of the battleship’s 429 crewmembers killed in the attack. Almost 80 years later, the North Texas sailor finally returned to his family and friends. 

  • #VeteranOfTheDay Army Veteran Howard Johnson II

    Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Howard Johnson II, who was one of the first casualties during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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